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Sticks - Light Alu - Stone

Lightweight aluminium poles are slightly heavier than carbon poles but stronger.

Men / Women - 100% aluminium tube - Sold in pairs.

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€79.00 (tax incl.)
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BATONS ALU LIGHT - STONE SNOWBOARDS
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Carbon poles are good, but they can break. You gain in lightness but all you need is a shock with a pebble or a bad support on your poles & you will break them. Aluminum sticks are a little heavier but to break it you really have to go. We don't make anything without testing them to the max. We must therefore weigh the pros and cons before choosing your equipment. Either you want a light & potentially fragile product depending on how you use your products or a slightly heavier but much stronger product. You understood, if you are a stuntman, aluminum will be an excellent choice.

• folding of the sticks in 3 parts

• Ergonomic foam upper section: for better support and comfort in all conditions

• non-slip foam lower strand: to grip the poles without straps

• 100% aluminum tubing

• LockJaw adjustment mechanism

• comfort strap

• weight per pair: 550 g

• useful length: 35-135 cm

• folded length: 35 cm

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BATONS ALU LIGHT - STONE SNOWBOARDS
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